backsteinhaus produktion / DANCE
Using a bad body posture as a starting point Nicki Liszta studies and explores together with her dancers, the headlessness in postures and attitudes.
Using a bad body posture as a starting point Nicki Liszta studies and explores together with her dancers, the headlessness in postures and attitudes. If you take a look at evolution, the front bended posture is normal, not unhealthy and not without position – just a step on the way to straighten up. But what happens to a humans body when it stands, moves and walks, bended for too long? How long can we stay in a headless gesture and when do we search new ways?
HEADLESS as a picture for the madness in the body and in society. The headless position inside our scale of values. A bad posture as physical state of emergency. Headless, with a stiff neck, without alternatives or simple manipulable. It is unhealthy.
The head as central point of gravity and mental control centre, is hang over without shape. Is it out off place? Are we out of the straight line? Is he normal? Or is everything ok?
Premiere: 23. February 2017
24./25. February 2017
10./11./12./13. May 2017
Premiere: 17. September 2016
22./23./24. September 2016
17./18./19. November 2016
8./9./10. Dezember 2016
Beginning: 8:00 p.m.
Location: Theater Rampe, Filderstr. 47, 70180 Stuttgart
Tickets: +49 (0)711 620 09 09 – 15
Nicki Liszta and the team of backsteinhaus produktion are looking for a performer (m/f) with age 50+ for a dance production which will premiere in Octobre 2017 at Theater Rampe Stuttgart. Physical background is required and the possibility to be and move in a four feet position on the knees for an hour.
Rehearsals and shows are payed with the funding of the city Stuttgart and the Land Baden-Württemberg. Rehearsals are payed with 500 € per week and shows with 120 € per show.
Production from 10th July 2017 until 12th October 2017 (with breaks in between).
Premiere will take place at 12. October 2017 at Theater Rampe Stuttgart.
More shows on 13./14. and 18.-21. October 2017.
Being available on the showdates is required.
When you are interested please contact us!
Send us an e-mail with photo and short information about your background to: firstname.lastname@example.org
A coproduction of Theater Rampe and backsteinhaus produktion
English description coming soon …
Premiere: 24. March 2017
German debut performance.
12./13./14. April 2017
3./4./5./6. May 2017
Text: Sibylle Berg
Acting and Dance: Ariel Cohen, Niko Eleftheriadis, Ariadna Gironès Mata, Karolina Horster, Jan Jaroszek, Annett Kruschke, Winston Reynolds
Direction & Choreography: Marie Bues & Nicki Liszta
Assistant Choreographer: Isabelle v. Gatterburg
Stage and costume design: Claudia Irro
Music: Kat Kaufmann
Dramaturgy: Hannah Schwegler
Public relation backsteinhaus produktion: Caroline Intrup
In cooperation with Theater Rampe Stuttgart. Continue reading
Now it is official!
From season 2016/2017 on we have a homebase theatre!
RAMPE TANZT: BACKSTEINHAUS PRODUKTION AND THEATER RAMPE ARE WORKING TOGETHER SEASON 16/17
The season will start with a production from Marie Bues and Nicki Liszta: a piece written by Thomas Köck ”PARADIES FLUTEN”.
Premiere 17. September 2016.
A project that includes people with and without handicap, in the memorial museum Wewelsburg. A project from Theater Paderborn in collaboration with backsteinhaus produktion.
What does movement mean to you? Which places you allways come back to? Where do you not like to go? The former SS-building at the Wewelsburg creates the frame for a dance performance, that is trying to find answers to these questions in this place full of history.
Premiere: 01. July 2016
More shows: 02./03 July 2016
In the new Yearbook 2015 of the dance magazine Tanz you can find an article about Nicki in the category Most promising newcomers, it is written by Angela Reinhardt.
A PIECE OF CAKE
The house is alive. Filled with extremes. We are in its centre. With the taste of idealism on our tongue we are crossing eight flats and one basement. We discover fatalists, feminists, folklorists and many others. Does the ideal rule your life or does the life rule the ideal? Do you feed or die?